Textile Commissioner urges for Brand Surat
Textile industrialists will have to acquire fabric patents and venture into value addition to make ‘Brand Surat,’” said Roop Rashi, the Government of India’s textile commissioner.
Textile industrialists will have to acquire fabric patents and venture into value addition to make Brand Surat,” said Roop Rashi, the Government of India’s textile commissioner.
She spoke at the launch of the ‘Textile Week,’ organised by the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (SGCCI) Global Fabric Resource and Research Centre (GFRRC)
Textile Commissioner, Roop Rashi inaugurated the ‘Textile Week’ in the presence of Usha Paul, deputy director-general, Ministry of Textiles, Additional Textile Commissioner, SP Verma, and chairman of the Federation of Indian Art Silk Weaving Industry (FIASWI) Bharat Gandhi at Samruddhi in Surat’s Nanpura area on Monday.
Rashi urged manufacturers to maintain the trend, noting that Surat’s textile sector has reached new heights thanks to the experience of industry veterans and the dedication of the younger generation.
The Textile Ministry has proposed that the Finance Ministry continue the A-TUF scheme and fund allocation until the instructions for the Textile Technology Development Scheme (TTDS) scheme are issued, according to Rashi.
Bharat Gandhi, chairman of FIASWI and former president of SGCCI delivered his keynote address, Girdhargopal Mundra, chairman of GFRRC gave information regarding the textile week, and former president of SGCCI, Praful Shah conducted the entire programme. Former president of SGCCI, Mahendra Kajiwala also delivered his keynote address.
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